MacBreak Weekly 370: A Simple, Humble Potter

This week, while Leo Laporte finished his vacation and I was away in Miami, Andy Ihnatko brought on Serenity Caldwell and Dan Moren of Macworld to talk all about getting used to iOS 7, motions making them sick, so many Apple execs on magazine covers, and more!

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Rene Ritchie

EiC of iMore, EP of Mobile Nations, Apple analyst, co-host of Debug, Iterate, Vector, Review, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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MacBreak Weekly 370: A Simple, Humble Potter


I don't mind his commentary about Apple. What I do mind is that he takes 25 minutes to get across a point because every point requires an analogous story line which takes him forever to complete.

I think his Apple antipathy is come by honestly, though I disagree. As for the way he longwindedly, garrulously says everything - yes, I'm not a fan.

Windbag relics. Apple no longer needs Macworld, Andy, Leo or anyone to generate good pub. They days of influential media types is over. Andy in particular has become so ridiculous it's not even worth listening for his occasional humorous quips.

Andy is funny in doses... Yet preferable to grumpy Leo; I hope vacation cheered him up.

I just hope Rene is back on for tomorrows show... Plus if Leo is still grumpy maybe Rene could take Leo's spot on iPad Today. Just an idea... :)

That or if Leo wants to have Apple hating on the show... get Jim Parsons to come on the show. I love the line - I asked myself, what is the most mind-numbing, pedestrian job conceivable and three answers came to mind: Toll booth attendant, Apple Store Genius and what Penny does. Now, since I don’t like touching other people’s coins, and I refuse to contribute to the devaluation of the word Genius – here I am.